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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 13, 1906, Lethbridge, Alberta * 1 r . 3 My stock of Gifts this season is larger and bet ter selected than ever before. need quote prices; we understand each other in that matter, and my yearly increasing Christmas trade is abundant proof that you appreciate my efforts towards giving you PAINLESS pleasure. possible as them would be a big waste of midnight oil, for you would probably skip it, anyhow. You would rather see for yourselves the goods and prices. COME, THEN, and I will have you just where I want you, Even yet L have ample storage room for your purchases, but COME NOW  Santa Claus Headquarters The Picture Framer w GALBRAITH ! . KERR Lothbridge, Aha. the electors if ft polling booth established in the North Word. SPORTING reports having secured res of two to contracts. (Minneapolis, Minn., Head Office) Vrooman, MicBeth, Cunningham and Watson arc Aldermen. LANDS BLOCK LOCAL OPTION. (Contributed by tho W. C.T.l\> Retail or Warner Town Property HATCH COON AGENTS And also General Real Estate Dealers LIST YOUR PROPERTIES With us. With our States connections we can probaMy rcnoh more buyers than any other dealers. Keen interest was displayed in hi* municipal election** on Monday. Tho Mayoralty contest was much closer than had been anticipated but the? Aldcrmnnic contest. resulted as many people had predicted. A heavy vote was polled and i -gs were busy ail day getting electors to the poll*. It was after six-thirty before xote had been counted und the suit, aonounced ub follows' Temperance legislation may bo con* Kfdered from the ncno>m4c or thu practical point of view. From tftoi Edmonton .Journal; a mooting of the executive of the Edmonton baseball club was held Friday evening in th* real estate office of Watson & The curlers propose to hold a bonsplel very Boon, probably between Christmas end New Years. * PHONE 179 C o. In; si news manage season FOU MAYOR w. s. oau1haitu Henderson * - � 4 :82 i�3 Majority for Gnlbrnith ......... t*> COME TO US TO BUY. WHY? Because of our ngeneiea. Wo can suit you in price, quality nnd terms-improved and unimproved-irrigable and nonirri^ahlo lands-city and town properties. WALLACE Is that an Onion You're Smoking ? Only a joke between two friends, of course ; but there's a fcundation for the jest when some cigars are smoked Why not get a good "weed" when the Klnmber is sold at retail for so low a price V What price ? 12J cents for one, #2.25 for a box of Elumbnrs. Your friend will ask you what you're smoking only to get a similar cigar for himself. HOSELTON. FOU ALDERMEN. K. A. CUNNINGHAM ULCill MACUETH KOitT. W. WATSON GEO. L. VKOOMAN .JAS. A9IICUOFT I P + * * - * w m 4 + S  * i � + 201 �tfj8 academic we strongly support total - A t,n - u-n.- .tl, 7 x � * . 1 .account. "Deacon prohibition- This Is the ideal. In. , order to do this there should be every possible eiTort to educate the* IvopV up to this standard of right-i'ouh and intra living. \n -the. meantime. Local Option. as a practical :nensnre, gives us sure vantage ground on which to work, for tho ultimate result in a cotranutiity free from the seductive and destructive saloon. l�cal ption is reasonable. It is i ! simply an opportunity for an expre* sion of the popular will. The question in tho first place is not one o� going back from the higher to tlwt lowor ground in ihe actual life if the community, hut h oiw as to a. forward stop. \V�j have ths 1 icons'* and the settlement of laBt ' White vai seloot--ed as manager, nnd as soon as he 'receives the contract nnd agreement from tho Western Canada Baseball league he will make all necessary arrangement.1 and commence the string of players. Regarding the financial state of the .club it was found that counting the expenditure for a baseball din-Jnond, the fencing and erection of a Strand etand. the club had finished tolxntt .even. In order to balance the acccsnvt* it wa/i decider) to issuu more staaros for wile. Tho question of suitable grounds for th*� next season's game* was discussed. It J1* hardly ^ro^^abto that tho c lie able to> use the grounds thi?y hud i The curling season opened on Monday u-fith a matched game for sackH of Hour for tho Oatt Hospital. The challengers were N. K. Macleod, A. Scott. I>. Duff. J. K. riodgers, skip; and they were beaten by a rink composed of H. M. Parry, D. McKay. A IC. Humphries, K. W. 'lkimea, skip; the score being 14 to ft The Curling Club skips for wm year arw: Messra. Nourse. Oliver. Robinson, Keyes, Hodgers, It. Sent, Barnes. Clow, Kenny, McKwen, Rruco Macleod, Andrew Scott and Easton need To go to the station or bring iome I ALSO DON will ! sea Ca.gnry Albertan: Now that tin* ; Weatern Canada baseball league las i been allliiated to tlw National as -sociation, the managers of the different clubs In the league will bebusy looking up players for rK�xt season. Th? Calgary ofllclala have several >or to Schweitzer's BAKERY* STREET OPERA HOUSE j law; may the people of any commun-j ity �*� i>crn*itted to say whot4jcr or m>t they wish l.ty.mseH tc� 1x5 grants I , in their own communityt Could an'/ I on their �>ooks who will no I TWO I. M. 1MKHCB ROOT. J. IIALDRV ..........; . 7*2 j thing tw mow* roasonflfi!�? I BROWN I'IPES ..................... 4 1 The first four are olooted, the .Irst thr�� t*eing elected for a two year term, and Mr. Vrooman fills out the remainder of Aid. l>o aB follows: Mayor, l>r. Gulbraitb Aldermen, Win. oilvor, Geo W. Uob-inson. Hugh Macbeth^ K. A. Can-nlagham, lto4A. Wat ho n nnd Geo V room/in A pretty good rouucil Tho Aideruun whoso fjicca not be ��ccn at the council board next ysar are Aid Adajus# McCIuro, und Harding The occupations of tha new Aldermen aiv: Geo. L Vn�omun, hardware merchant, Hugh MhcUHIi. accountant; 1''. A Cunningham, pur- I^)eal OfitlaKr in wIho. It places int the hands ple in other communfttieti It brings \acnl buco�n>itable for nn, e non� ftt the commencement of a perntanost t>a*'balt diamond was m,vt ^.^^j,. yor position of playir-left in the lm.mli �il Mr t'hllds 'manager they have had enquiries '-�- 'from Pine Bluff, Ark., Denver. Col ; Medicine Hut Nov** A strong ef- j (?n|umet. Mich.; and U>well. Mass. fort is to lie mwk' thl�m�nson t* Morrison of Cnlutml who hurt. *v-a-give the citizen* 01 Med.cbw Hat 80n managwl that club in tho North-some good hockny und to this �*nd �orn copper County league, luwt w�U-Uie local clulj was re-organiwd on|u-n for a trial. He is a good tvall Friday evening ar*i the decision :J>m>Vr and kept Calumet in the tend reacKxt to apply for admittance to'of thn1 league till within tho last i the new Southern AHwrta Hockey !fow KunKS. when >u> dropped u> sec- iClltlOrCl LclIlC BfUCC Harold Nelson AND i Mull'h. . . .... ii. ... Option principle; in Ohio nn� results. atiintlal pr#grc.� oen ga-in-led in other Stated All supporters, (jf thu Temparaoca- eciuso should now tho candidates remarked-uf ballots had been counUnl, have found out. there are more nnaniuses in 1-Mhbr.dg^ than 1 had imaging." One of ter the "Well, I combine their sfforth *nd Influence. Most of the victorious candidates did not canvas a vote. Mayor Galbrahh and Aid. Mac  heth are niom^ers of tho Ronrd of l>iucation as well as tho city council: It would bo a great convent to Dealers say that those alio hav** used C'hambcrlainVi Ktomach * take any substitute). Clot a free sam--jpto at any druggif** and give taenu a atrial und you, Um>. v-H) wantthem in proference to any other. They cure Htomscn trcjutl�9t 4)iUousncsti.' an*d constipation. A league. Teama will *e entered in 1 this liHigue from LatUtsrtdge. MacU�o i Pinrher Creek. Cowley. Prank, RelU-vue, IJiainnoivi und Colsmsn. The trips up the Crow's A est lim-and the return gatikeu in the Hat. in 1 the days wher^ the scalps of ov.�rv loam in the Kortinve&c hung at 'V U*lt of the local puckchasers, will \hi well tvmeittbercd and ivith the many fast young players who are now coming to tho front, a revival of tho goo